Originally Posted by merryecho
Richard- from what I am understanding, airstream had 3 models available in '79. It is not nice to call my motorhome a fraud, with no backup whatsoever other than your opinion. As I said before, maybe you can change nameplates, but it is not easy, or legal, to change a title that says airstream, and mine is not the only one out there.
I want to apologise, I in no way called your motorhome a fraud.
I for one use the names Airstream and Argosy interchagably. I love them all. I think everyone on the forums would back me up on that!
To the second part of your above statment, I have seen titles that had the wrong Year, the wrong weight, the wrong brand of vehicle and an inacurate vin number. I by the way made no reference to your titles validity in my original post nor do I now.
Your Motorhome is cool whatever it is.
Why your buyer cares one way or the other on this particular motohome I have no idea. At the end of the day it will have steel end caps no matter what it was named when it was new, Airstream or Argosy by Airstream.
On my Airstream motorhome if you look at the drivers side of the dash thru the windshield on the side there is a sticker with the Vin and build date and it says built by Airsteam Inc, I am sure if it were an Argosy it would say Argosy there.
Do you have this sticker? What does it say?
Best of luck